fair market value

by Vickie
(Flint Mi)

I have 10 acres in Thompsonville Mi and Verizon came by and possibly wants to pay $500 a mo for 20-30 yr lease for 1 acre in middle of my property,nothing else was offered like increases for inflation or co location rent , what do you think is fair market value? Property has been clearcut in last 2 yrs.

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Dec 03, 2016
Monetization Of My Cell Site
by: Anonymous

I currently have a Verizon cell site has been in place in Southern IL on my property Lyle company is offering me a buyout of 124,000 and end rental payments and an easement of my property would appreciate some advice.

Jul 15, 2016
Bad Bad Bad
by: Stephen

Don't let them rip you off. And don't allow them to lease an entire acre. Please call us we are happy to give our neighbors in Flint some free off-the-blog advice.


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